Am I Black Enough For You? - Various - Its A Rap (Cassette)


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1990
Label: Quality Special Products - QRSPC-1107 • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: Canada • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Pop Rap


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  1. "am i black enough for you" poses a different but righteous side of schoolly. "living in a jungle" the first single sets the pace for the listener to feel schoolly's pain as a black man and havin' to prove he is indeed,black. more samples than ever,this won't only make you think,it will make you /5(13).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Am I Black Enough For You? on Discogs. Label: Jive - J • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Hip Hop •4/5(4).
  3. Nov 07,  · Hugely under-rated album. This is probably the best (and most different) of Schoolly D's albums, much funkier than his bleaker and more raw earlier albums. If you removed 'Pussy Ain't Nothin' which is really lame (he tried to disown/justify the lyrics later if I /5().
  4. This is probably the best (and most different) of Schoolly D's albums, much funkier than his bleaker and more raw earlier albums. If you removed 'Pussy Ain't Nothin' which is really lame (he tried to disown/justify the lyrics later if I recall) then this would be one of the classics.
  5. The music was timely you know, everything fitted - the civil rights area. Everything fitted very well." Paul regularly performed the song live, but not necessarily for reasons one might expect. He explained in a interview: "'Am I Black Enough' is now one of the .
  6. Am I Black Enough For You? Lyrics: Am I black enough for ya, America? / I don't need no isis esoterica / All I need is, my blackness / Some others seem to lack this / Black joy, and my black vibe.
  7. Dec 28,  · King Of New York soundtrack Lyrics to Am I Black Enough For You?: [cut and scratched x "You are a negro!"] [cut and scratched "Now say it negro.."] [cut.
  8. Am I black enough when I'm with you? What does it mean to be black enough when there are infinitely many ways to exist? Is your blackness invalidated when yo.
  9. While Schoolly D's attempts to present Afrocentric philosophy and call for self-determination were commendable, he failed to present them in either a musically satisfying or lyrically convincing manner. This album did little beyond rip white society for its ills and injustices in a fashion merging the worst excesses of rambling propaganda and irrational nationalism.

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